How to deal with refusal of editing?

The asker of this question is refusing edits made to his post and he rolls back to previous version, saying he does not need edits to his post. It has been discussed that pictures should be replaced with MathJax.

What should we do about it? Should we simply talk to him and convince him the edit is necessary, or do something like banning him from rollback, or something else?

By the way, the debate on the edits of that post is ongoing as of now, and the asker is being rude in the debate.

• I see signs of stubbornness, but not of rudeness. – Michael Greinecker Jan 9 '18 at 17:44
• @MichaelGreinecker There was a comment by the asker (now deleted) showing some degree of rudeness as I see, but anyway, it is the problem that he rolls back and may probably keep doing so. – edm Jan 9 '18 at 17:53
• edm, there are comments and edits there by moderators, after the 50 minutes ago of your initial question here. So, your meta question has worked, about as well as the site permits – Will Jagy Jan 9 '18 at 18:00
• @edm I took a look at the two deleted comments before writing my comment here. – Michael Greinecker Jan 9 '18 at 21:57
• I think flagging the question for moderator attention, noting that there's an edit war going on, would generally be a quicker way of getting something done than posting here on meta. – Gerry Myerson Jan 11 '18 at 10:03
• @GerryMyerson So in general, if something goes wrong and I don't know how to handle, I should flag for moderator intervention? – edm Jan 11 '18 at 10:12
• The question, edm, is whether it's something users can help with, or whether it's something only moderators can handle. Users can't stop someone from rolling back edits – only moderators can do that (or threaten to take serious action if the person persists). – Gerry Myerson Jan 12 '18 at 5:43

• Another crucial point in preferring a plain text rather than an image: somewhere out there, i.stack.imgur.com can be blocked due to sharing the domain of a popular image-sharing site (at least it happened on my office, but got resolved after I requested that specific domain to be white-listed). – Andrew T. Jan 13 '18 at 18:49